:-) thanks for this. I needed the giggle.
I think of you often now. This http://www.jkp.com/blog/2013/01/mitchell-article-mindfulness-jan13/ I accidentally ran across, and thought of your Buddha. Also, I remember my own depression...and frantically trying to avoid "THE WALL". You know, the day that you knew it was there to stay. The second picture is an artists rendition of that, whether that is what he meant or not, it symbolizes that to me. The fact his daughter is in on the picture symbolizes how it affects our families. I pray you avoid the wall, but I know it is a part of "the gift". Lexapro helped me to take a chemical vacation. I got off it when I needed my mind more than I needed my mind to rest. You are a fellow traveler, and this isn't easy, I know. I think it left me a little discombobulated...my memory is so poor considering my age. Brain zaps still on occasion enter in, after many months of being off it after 6 years of being on. I wonder if my brain shrank...
http://www.gerhard-richter.com/art/search/detail.php?paintid=7668 Richter's page.
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